Ah...the step, the life of the wedding reception! It’s when the wedding party takes centre stage and dance, as they enter the reception area. Here are a few things you might want to consider, to ensure you and your your wedding party make the perfect grand entrance.
Our country is blessed with some of the best song writers and vocalists of all time. There are so many great songs to choose from. You might want to choose a song that you and your wedding party are familiar with, after all, you don’t want to find yourself dancing off beat.
Keep it simple
One can never go wrong with a simple dance routine. I mean, why go through all the trouble of incorporating all sorts of complicated dance moves to your routine, when you can put together a simple, yet sophisticated routine using basic dace moves? As long as your wedding party has the routine on lockdown, you have nothing to worry about.
Practice makes perfect
So, you’ve put together a routine that works for you and your wedding party. There’s nothing worse than having you or your entourage tripping over each other in full view of your guests, so it’s always best to take a few hours each day to practice. You know what they say, “Practice makes perfect!”
There’s nothing worse than being uncomfortable in those heels and outfits, so it’s always advisable to make sure you wear something that allows you to move around comfortably, for we know abomajayivane like to break into dance, doing the vosho.
Go on and make your special day more memorable, by giving your guests a show they will not forget, while having the time of your life!
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